You know what is pretty neat? Game jams, where devs come together for coding contests, seeing what kind of crazy creations can be made from a limited resource pool of time and talent.
You know what is even better? When those game jams create wonderfully crafted experiences despite of, or maybe due to, certain constraints.
Santa Monica By Night is a point‐and‐click adventure title set in the Vampire: The Masquerade game world.
Wonderfully atmospheric, and with great track selections from the Free Music Archive, this little game really came together. And it’s not a far shot to say that it is better than some games you’ll find on Steam charging money.
You can play in your browser via WebGL or download it for Windows, Linux, and Mac! If any part of what I’ve said already has caught your interest then you have nothing to waste but time in checking out Santa Monica By Night!
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